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Server won't Start

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Cannot open file '/home/moto/arma3/@Exile\addons\exile_psycho_ural' server will not start at all keeps giving me this issue anyone know the issue?
 

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are you loading any other mods than just exile? Linux doesn't like capital letters in most other mods (Exile excluded cuz they know how to program using == instead of = ) :)

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1 hour ago, wasti said:

are you loading any other mods than just exile? Linux doesn't like capital letters in most other mods (Exile excluded cuz they know how to program using == instead of = ) :)

Right now it's just ./arma3server -cfg=@ExileServer/basic.cfg -config=@ExileServer/config.cfg -mod=@Exile -servermod=@ExileServer -autoInit

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have you chmod +x arma3server
?

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21 minutes ago, wasti said:

have you chmod +x arma3server
?

No i did not where do you put that in launch parm

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no, chmod is a command for linux that sets file permissions, +x makes a file executable (even though it should have been already) but seeing as you've been so vague as to what problems your facing other than "it won't start" I have to assume that the arma3server file isn't executable.

Open a terminal window, navigate to the directory that your arma is in by typing
cd /home/moto/arma3/

then run
chmod +x arma3server.exe

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5 minutes ago, wasti said:

no, chmod is a command for linux that sets file permissions, +x makes a file executable (even though it should have been already) but seeing as you've been so vague as to what problems your facing other than "it won't start" I have to assume that the arma3server file isn't executable.

Open a terminal window, navigate to the directory that your arma is in by typing
cd /home/moto/arma3/

then run
chmod +x arma3server.exe

ok i have done that minus the exe being it's linux 

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oh yeah lol, sorry no .exe on that XD

Well, what do you mean its doing the same, can you provide any log files or similar?

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